palisander


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palisander

(ˌpælɪˈsændə)
n
(Forestry) US ornamental wood from various tropical trees
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0121 345 0600 MUSIC Palisander Recorder Quartet The four recorder players specialise in devising imaginative, historical programmes.
It has an anchor emblem on the door handles and above the centre console and a dashboard made of Santos Palisander and Tudor Oak.
The deep, woody trail is liberated by sophisticated palisander rosewood complimented by oak moss.
Available in a choice of finishes including palisander rosewood (pictured), oak plywood or walnut wood, as well as black (pictured), brown or white leather upholstery.
Both Brian Hearne, president of Hearne Hardwoods and Banas noted ziricote can mimic the grain of Brazilian/Rio Palisander rosewood.
Available in a range of finish and base options, Herman Miller currently offers the moulded wood shell in the following species: white ash, walnut and santos palisander.
A similar parti pris in favor of nature over art could be discerned as well in the eight free-standing, totemic, abstract sculptures that completed the exhibition, presences of polychrome palisander marble.
Since Herman Miller agreed that there's no better shell chair than the Eames's, in order to meet luxury demand it's now producing the piece in Santos Palisander veneer using wood-molding technology developed only within the last decade.
OVenetia did brilliantly with him, beating Palisander of mine on a couple of occasions,O said Ford.